Wickets Island, part of the developing Onset Bay Center, will be a place where people of all ages can swim, fish, paddle, dig for quahogs, walk, and picnic with their friends and family.
Because they aren’t lined at the bottom, these lagoons leak as much as 50,000 gallons of contaminated wastewater every day. The town must fix these leaking sewage lagoons and comply with state law.
When you stop to appreciate the view, remember that all of these ponds are somehow linked to Buzzards Bay: whether through streams, via groundwater, or simply as part of the web of life in our region.
Observe the fascinating mating display of the American woodcock with other birding enthusiasts.
Search for frogs, salamanders, and other interesting inhabitants of a vernal pool on this annual spring walk.
Join local birder Bill Gill to look for early spring migrants and hawks. Beginners and newcomers are welcome.
During this mid-morning walk, you’ll get some fresh air and exercise while learning how to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle and explore the outdoors.
Learn how we can expect our treasured native birds respond to climate change.
What better way to bring in spring with the family than with a story time, craft, and outdoor exploration?
Through guided mindfulness meditation, you will experience nature with your senses wide open during this winter walk.
Participate in citizen science and have fun observing ospreys along the Westport River.
Meet AMC trip leaders and try a hike, some trail work, a nature walk, or a bike at this annual open house.